Liliputing has been publishing mobile tech news, tips, and reviews since 2008. But something you may not know about me is that I’ve also been a radio reporter, host, and producer since long before I’d heard the word blog.
Since Liliputing is more than a full time job, I haven’t had much time to dabble in radio lately (although I do host Sunday morning newscasts at WHYY in Philadelphia and occasionally fill in during weekday afternoons). But I kind of miss taking the time to interview people and find out more about the people behind the news.
So I decided to spruce up my home studio and put together a podcast.
LPX is a new show that will feature interviews with people doing interesting things in technology.
The first episode is now live, and it features interviews with the developers of the Nitro Duo device I saw at CES in January and the creator of the EOMA-68 PC card standard for upgradeable laptops, tablets, desktops, and other computers.
Wondering what LPX stands for? I don’t know… maybe LiliPuting Cast? Maybe it’s Little Puppy Xylophones. I wanted a name and logo that’s related to Liliputing… but I also didn’t want to limit the show to mobile tech.
Odds are that if you’re interested in the news we cover at Liliputing, you’ll be interested in what the people I’m interviewing have to say at LPX.
I’m already working on future episodes that will feature interviews with a co-founder of the company behind Remix OS (Android as a desktop operating system) and an Intel product manager for the Intel Compute Stick line of mini computers.
You can find a link to the LPX page by hitting the LPX Show button at the top of this site. But you can also subscribe/like/follow the show in a bunch of new ways:
Oh, and I’ll occasionally be posting more than just podcasts. For instance, you can find out all about the gear and software I’m using to produce the show.
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